Suspect named in Tigerland shooting
BATON ROUGE - Police identified the man detectives believe is responsible for a shooting in the Tigerland area this past weekend.
Baton Rouge Police said Jermore Verret, 23, is wanted for attempted first-degree murder.
Investigators said Verret shot two men during an argument around 2:45 a.m. on Sept. 14 while in the 1200 block of Bob Petit Boulevard. One victim was hit in the leg and the other in the abdomen.
Police said both were expected to survive.
Anyone with information as to Verret's whereabouts should call the Violent Crimes Unit at (225) 389-4869.
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